Our understanding of the genetic code must change significantly, otherwise,we will never be able to create a DNA computer. For this purpose, we have postulated the mechanism of context-wave ribosome orientations as a solution to the problem of correct amino acid selection [Gariaev et al., 1999].

To understand how the cell’s protein-synthesis apparatus solves this typical linguistic problem of homonymous uncertainty, it is necessary to introduce the concept of a background principle:

associative-holographic memory of the genome and its quantum nonlocality [Prangishvili, Gariaev et al., 2000; Gariaev, Tertyshniy, 1999; Gariaev et al., 1999; Prangishvili, Gariaev et al., 2000]. This means that the genome can simultaneously represent a material and an ideal (mental) structure, i.e.a quantum object.

Genome Biocomputer

Endogenous physical fields of a very low power act as a universal information mediator in storage-compression-decompression-reading of the linguistic regulatory structures of the genome-biocomputer. These fields produce a chromosome apparatus and they represent a fast wave genetic informational channel, connecting the chromosomes of individual cells in a body into an integral continuum, working as a biocomputer. In short, the main provisions of the Wave Gene Theory (including genome quantum nonlocality) could be formulated as follows:

  1. Soliton and laser fields of DNA and chromosomes are optical-acoustoelectric non-linear-wave processes, responsible for storage, reading and transmission of genetic and other regulatory field information in the organism space-time,
  2. In biological systems, DNA, chromosomes and proteins work in “antenna” mode, receiving external acoustic and electromagnetic fields, wherein the properties of such antennas change to perform regulatory body functions. The liquid-crystal chromosome continuum is a non-linear optical medium and under certain conditions can function as a laser with alternating wavelengths as well as a soliton-laser (on the so-called Fröhlich modes [Agal’tsov, Gariaev et al., 1996]
  3. Chromosomal DNA as a transceiver of laser radiation, linguistically polarizes its image, and simultaneously performs its conversion into radio waves. The radio waves, formed according to a quantum nonlocality mechanism(teleportation), are isomorphically (linguistically) polarized in accordance with photons polarizations. These radio waves can carry genetic-metabolic information from (both) within and outside of the biosystem.


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Druhým typem paměti je fantomový efekt DNA (DNA phantom effect), tj. paměť prostředí na dynamickém vlnovém charakteru molekul DNA. Prostředím je například prostor spektrometru (Cuvette compartment spectrometer), nebo prostor živých buněk a tkání. Pravděpodobně je také používán organismy k tahání jednoho z kvantových stavu signálních molekul DNA ve formě fantomů. V praxi to lze realizovat umělým vytvářením kvantových matric přirozených v těle, fragmentů DNA, vyplňujících a nahrazujících ztracené fragmenty DNA za účelem genetického poškození u lidí.

Dr. Peter P. Garyaev, doktor biologických věd, RANS a RAMTN


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